This stile is to be found on the south-west coastal path at Godrevy headland, leading up to the ancient barrow (burial mound) from the Bronze Age. I love the way the stone has been sculptured by the wind and the rain and I have always wanted to photograph it with the pretty pink Thrift that blooms at this time of the year. Unfortunately the flowers by the stile have been worn away by the many hands that are used for balance as one climbs over this stile.
The view is very pretty from up there.
The view is stunning, I shall show you the bigger picture next week 🙂
Looking forward to that!
Ahh I’ve passed that way!
My favourite spot down here 🙂
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